10 KG of Protein - MATRIX ANABOLIC GOLD WHEY Ebay / matrix-nutrition
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10 KG of Protein - MATRIX ANABOLIC GOLD WHEY Ebay / matrix-nutrition

£51.88eBay Deals
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Found 1st Feb 2016
Usually £40 for 5KG
All other listings are for £82 so could be a price error.
I have ordered with the 10% off code 10KG of Protein for £47

Desciption below taken form their website.

What is Matrix Anabolic Gold

Matrix Anabolic Gold is a protein powder which raises the bar in terms of muscle development technology, packing in an unrivalled 86% protein content whilst keeping saturated fat down to 0.7g and sugar limited to just 5.6g. Anabolic Gold is not just a standard protein powder, Gold contains a unique Growth Hormone Support complex in addition to a premium 4:1:1 Leucine dominant amino acid ratio, over double the industry standard.
How will Matrix Anabolic Gold benefit you

Anabolic Gold is a powerful supplement which can be used to increase muscle mass, primarily due to its very high 86% protein content combined with the unique growth hormone support complex. Gold isn’t just limited to increases in muscle size, the addition of the 4:1:1 amino acid myriad plays a key role in strength gains, power enhancement and to accelerate recovery from strenuous exercise.
Key Factors

86% Protein: Multi-stage release proteins to facilitate rapid and sustained muscle mass development.
4:1:1 Amino Acid Ratio: Anabolic Gold contains double the industry standard 2:1:1 ratio. This allows the powerful BCAA Leucine to stimulate muscle growth independently but also have its efficiency increased even further through the Isoleucine and Valine inclusion.
Growth Hormone Complex: This carefully engineered blend of Arginine and Lysine is included to boost the activity of the powerful Growth Hormone.

Anabolic Gold Ingredients

Whey Protein Blend: (Whey Protein Concentrate WPC80, Whey Protein Isolate WPI90, Soya Protein Isolate SPI90, Milk Protein Concentrate MPC85, Whole Milk Protein). Flavouring. Amino Acid Matrix: (Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine, Lysine, Arginine, Creatine, Glycine, Taurine, Peptide-Bonded Glutamine). Natural Colourings. Acacia Gum. Stabilisers (Citric Acid, Malic Acid). Sweetener: Sucralose.
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its hardly unrivalled, most places do a 90% content mix, its debatable what you actually get mind you
Original Poster
Thats the description taken from the website, sure they would say that.
I posted it because I was after some and saved £30 and if I can helpsome one save £30 then job done
There's a lot of soy in that.
Many studies online show that a 2:1:1 ratio of leucine and bcaas is actually more effective than a 4:1:1 or 8:1:1, it's purely a marketing gimmick so people think more is better etc
whey derived from grass fed & organic cattle is what you should be after
Seems a good deal to me for anyone who wants to hammer the protein for a while heat from me.
Awfull stuff. Full of soy.
43g of protein Per 50g serving with milk I suppose like with other proteins from them
candyman86

whey derived from grass fed & organic cattle is what you should be after



​And which do you recommend is just that? I previously checked, and think Kinetica is from grass fed cows. Anything else?
stuff is awful. Gave me the runs until I couldn't take no more. On top of that the delivery service (DPD) was awful. Trackedy parcel only for them to return to the depot and say I wasn't in on their system so I had to collect from the depot.... Far better products out there for the same price or cheaper.....
mkara

​And which do you recommend is just that? I previously checked, and think … ​And which do you recommend is just that? I previously checked, and think Kinetica is from grass fed cows. Anything else?



​Actually there is the following:

Icon nutrition
Pink Sun
Xbrain - grass fed, organic
Protein17

All are around £25/kg or so, unless if you have discount codes, etc.
I'd stay away from this. Although cheap, but full of Soy, which raises estrogen levels, totally the opposite of what is required to build Muskals (Muscles) Lol
Original Poster
I have used it for a while and not had any issues with it.
Was posted to help save money like it did for me.
Everyones different when it comes to protein powder and mostly stick to what they know hence split opinions.
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Wavey83

stuff is awful. Gave me the runs until I couldn't take no more. On top … stuff is awful. Gave me the runs until I couldn't take no more. On top of that the delivery service (DPD) was awful. Trackedy parcel only for them to return to the depot and say I wasn't in on their system so I had to collect from the depot.... Far better products out there for the same price or cheaper.....



Please share the links for 5kg of protein under £26
Ordered for my fella thanks for posting this deal!!
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anonymous15

Ordered for my fella thanks for posting this deal!!



No problem, glad I could help
what's the discount code please?
link takes me to ebay and price is showing £87, caramel cheesecake, has it been corrected?
would never touch the stuff. Its cheap for a reason.

Some companies are adding extra amino acids such as taurine, glycine,glutamine, and creatine to protein powders.

They are counting those added aminos as dietary protein on the label, even though they’re not nearly as beneficial as real food-based protein.

This saves them big money because these added minos are very cheap.

Due to the FDA’s extremely loose and haphazard definition of “protein”, this practice is technically legal.[6,8,12]Products with creatine in them are by far the worst, most misleading offenders.

Learn how to read the label here. In short:

Never buy protein with creatine in itStrongly avoid protein products with taurine, glycine, or gluamine in the ingredient listing……unless the full amino profile is disclosed and it looks natural.
So which one is good for no sweetners and no soy as I don't want eastrogen levels rising. Thanks
Original Poster
The price has gone up now, must of been a mistake glad I got my order in.

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Jason89

I have used it for a while and not had any issues with it. Was posted to … I have used it for a while and not had any issues with it. Was posted to help save money like it did for me. Everyones different when it comes to protein powder and mostly stick to what they know hence split opinions.



Sorry haven't been on here for well over a week. ​I use sci mx omni mx hardcore and I've been paying just over £35 for it on dolphinfitness.co.uk for the past two months. It has one of the best ingredient profiles (along with Reflex's One Stop Xtreme) imo
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